Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Vanderbilt Law Employee Faces Extradition From Arkansas

A report on the Vanderbilt Law thefts from today's The Tennessean:

A former Vanderbilt Law School manager is awaiting extradition from Arkansas on charges that he stole more than $600,000 from the university.

Jason Hunt, 34, was arrested in Sims, Ark., on Friday by Montgomery County deputies and U.S. marshals. Hunt worked as an administrative services manager for the law school, hired first on a temporary basis in March 2005 and then permanently in July of that year. According to the university, he was fired in November after an internal investigation.

 It's never a good thing thing to see a photo of a former law school employee in handcuffs. (Mike Frisch)

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